Crochet mosaic blanket pattern

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Ready to start working your first mosaic crochet project? This collection of 10 free mosaic crochet patterns will get you going in the right direction.

One of my favourite crochet techniques that I learned is the stunning mosaic crochet. This stitch pattern is very addictive and it’s a surprisingly easy way to create colourful fabrics with two yarn colours. You can create very complicated looking designs but, unlike fair isle, you are only working with one color of yarn at a time. There are many more possibilities for your creativity. I hope you’ll give it a try and you’ll be hooked, just like I am.

MyCrochetory Mosaic Crochet Pattern Bundle that I have put together includes ALL 10 mosaic crochet designs along with the detailed step-by-step picture tutorials. If you love my style of mosaic crochet, this is a great way to have all of them in one place, ready to be printed and worked through! You can make them, over and over again throughout the year. I hope you like them and find them interesting!

By offering all my mosaic crochet patterns in a bundle together, I am able to offer you a combined savings of 50% off the regular individual prices of my patterns.

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 Scroll down to see the complete list of included mosaic crochet patterns below. 

  1. Carina Mosaic Shawl

Carina Mosaic Shawl combines a lovely triangle shape with eye-catching mosaic sections. While it looks complex, it’s actually very easy. The shawl is constructed by two symmetrical sides, mirrored over the center stitch.

It is great project for those of you looking to expand your crochet skills. Not quite mindless project, but simple enough that it becomes rhythmic.

2. Mosaic Cropped Sweater

With simple top down, completely seamlessly construction and interesting mosaic crochet colorwork, this cropped sweater is a quick and enjoyable piece. It comes in 8 sizes and can easily be lengthened if crops aren’t your style.

3. Thassos Mosaic Blanket

It’a a gorgeous crochet blanket that looks way more advanced than it is and can be made in any size according to your preferences. If you’ve always wanted to try mosaic crochet colorwork, but you are anxious about choosing colors, a monochrome or two-color combination is a perfect solution.

4. Duende Hat

Duende Hat is a prefect accessory for your all season wardrobe and it looks way more complicated than it is. It’s made crocheting in the round from the bottop up. This crochet hat is a comfortable beanie that can easily be adjusted to fit any head. Work for more rounds to make it a slouchy hat or fewer round for more fitted cap.

5. Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap

The Monochrome Bias Wrap is a great compromise between easy crocheting and a little bit of interest to keep you entertained. It is worked in sections with some easy, mindless single crochet parts for a relaxing crocheting experience, and interspersed with interesting sections of mosaic crochet. It’s long enough to wrap around the neck multiple times or to drape loosely over shoulders in numerous ways.

6. Crax Gradient Shawl

The Crax Gradient Shawl will allow you to create a large crochet shawl with fascinating mosaic crochet design using your favourite gradient yarn. It is a generously sized shawl worked sideways on the bias, from one tip to the opposite edge. The compination of asymmetric triangle shaping and mosaic colorwork using a gradient yarn makes this pattern a great project for those of you looking to expand your crochet skills.

7. Dioon Pillow

The Dioon Pillow features a lovely mosaic crochet pattern. While it looks complex, it’s actually very easy.This stunning crochet pillow is easy to make and can be made in numerous color duos, to match your home decor. It will make a lovely and colorful addition to any sofa or chair!

8. Mosaic Cocoon Cardigan

Learn how to turn two crochet rectangles into a shrug! This soft and cozy cardigan wraps you in warmth and style. The crochet mosaic colorwork keeps the crocheting interesting and the ribbing gives the shrug a knit-look. It works up really quickly!

The oversized shape flatters any body type. Whether paired with a tank, top or dress, Mosaic Cocoon Cardigan is effortless and stylish

9. Carina Rectangle Blanket

Whether you crochet this rectangle blanket for your own home or as a gift for a loved one, the mosaic crochet design will add a splash of color and texture to any interior setting. It will go well with both a traditional and a modern decorated home. Mosaic crochet is perfect for beginners who are attempting crochet colorwork for the first time.

 Featuring an intricate mosaic pattern and unusual construction this crochet project is a great example of how creative a crochet rectangle blanket can be.

10. Carina Square Pillow

The Carina Crochet Square Pillow is a great way to add a homemade touch to any room in your house. Warm and cozy, modern and elegant, this beautiful pillow is classy and functional. The front of this crochet square pillow it’s worked in the round from the center out. The pattern features a mesmerizing mosaic crochet design around a central square.

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Crochet Nya Mosaic Blanket Pattern

Nya Mosaic Crochet Blanket

Crochet Nya Mosaic Blanket Pattern

An extremely popular mosaic pattern by Lilla Bjorn is the Nya Mosaic Crochet Blanket. We are seeing many crocheters participating in crocheting this blanket with a bit of a challenge but then once you pass through it, the repeating is something you can already understand.

The colours of this blanket are terrific and the pattern includes a diagram for the mosaic concept plus also written words and photographic tutorial. You can read the instructions from the website and follow along or pay a small fee for a clean PDF download through Ravelry.

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It’s really a terrific pattern.

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  1. I’ve made the Mosaic (Inset) Design pattern you have available through this great Group. I’m interested in making the Nya design, but don’t know if the pattern is where you carry yarn up the side or have fringes with changing color every row. Your pattern was such a joy to make, with easy to follow diagrams- I have 2 of them ready to be gifted! Thank you Mikey and all the other hard working folks on your Team!
    Deb U.

    • Evening Deb. I am sure it is but I don’t know this for sure though. Seems like it would make sense.

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Today we are sharing with you a collection of beautiful mosaic crochet patterns from Etsy that should definitely be on your list of things to make!

I am delighted to welcome Kaylan as a guest writer to HanJan Crochet to share her thoughts on this fabulous (and rather addictive!) mosaic crochet technique. If you’ve never tried it then you absolutely must – it’s far easier than it looks!

– Kaylan W –

Guest Writer

Kaylan W. is an aspiring law student, writer, and crochet designer, and clearly needs to make as many hats as she likes to wear. You can find her at @skeleskein on Ravelry for crochet business and @kw_writing on Twitter for all the rest.

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Mosaic Crochet Patterns

Mosaic crochet, despite how complex it looks, only requires a few stitches, two contrasting yarn colors, and some care when it comes to counting.

Although it can be used in a variety of garments, its usage in home decor is especially common.

Please note that because of the different versions of mosaic techniques, not all of these patterns will use the same method.

No matter if you’re just learning mosaic crochet now or have several projects under your belt, here’s a collection of patterns from fourteen different designers to bring a little geometric charm to your household!

Here is our top collection of mosaic crochet patterns you can find on Etsy:

Nya Mosaic Blanket by LillaBjornCrochet

Photo Credit: LillaBjornCrochet

This blanket is simply an excellent introduction to mosaic crochet. Many of the pieces that are nothing but mosaic can be overwhelming to a beginner. However, in this pattern, mosaic sections are broken up by rows of simple double crochets to make the pattern easier to follow, and the flexibility of the pattern overall will help any set of colors or yarn produce a beautiful piece.

Diamondback Blanket Overlay Mosaic Crochet Pattern 

Photo Credit: Casually Kind

The variety of colors brought together by a single contrasting yarn make this a striking series of panels. The distinctly American Southwestern designs and the usage of yarn tails to create fringe make this a piece that will grab attention no matter the color palette.

Mosaic Compilation Crochet Pattern 

Photo Credit: Maud Crochet Designs

Look no further than this blanket to showcase the variety of patterns that can be made with one technique. If someone wants to learn mosaic crochet thoroughly through a large project that experiments with many different patterns, this is the one to start with.

Flora Collection: set of 12 mosaic crochet patterns 

Photo Credit: Kitty Crochet Shop

Although many mosaic patterns are made within rows, the technique can also be extended to the round. This set of colorful squares can be mixed and matched as necessary to make a work of any size. The creator here also has other mosaic tiles that could be mixed and matched with this set, allowing for a wide variety of designs.

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Thassos Mosaic Crochet Blanket Pattern

Photo Credit: My Crochetory

Sometimes you just want to go back to basics when it comes to a blanket. This blanket’s simple repetitive mosaic design and monochromatic look mean it would fit into just about any kind of decor. It would also work well as just about any kind of gift.

Midnight Snowflakes Blanket Crochet Blanket Pattern

Photo Credit: One Skein of Love Crafts

Although many mosaic patterns are abstract geometric shapes, a little bit of care in the design can make it fit into a theme. The snowflakes on a dark blue background bring the more general designs of mosaic crochet squarely into the winter season.

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Bonez Mosaic Crochet Skeleton Pattern Chart 

Photo Credit: Sixel Home

Who doesn’t love a nice spooky pattern all year around? This pattern is obviously fit for something like a table runner with its shape and size, but the motif could be repurposed into part of a blanket for those who don’t believe Halloween ends in October.

Volunteer Baby Blanket Pattern Key Mosaic Crochet Blanket 

Photo Credit: Crochet Societe

Although mosaic crochet certainly has its serious side, there’s no reason it can’t lend itself to a striking baby blanket. This pattern uses a variety of bright colors to bring a springtime cheer to the neat angles of mosaic. The border here is especially striking, bringing the whole project together with its unique design.

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Crochet Pattern Tree Tops Throw Blanket Afghan

Photo Credit: Red Sparrow Crochet

The Scandinavian style of this throw and its four accent colors shows how a strong color palette can further emphasis shapes in mosaic crochet. The instructions here are clear and the design itself is relatively easy to keep track of, making this a good beginner pattern for mosaic crochet.

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The Mexican Tiles crochet pattern 

Photo Credit: Engimonogifts

Two-toned mosaic looks can be striking, but the ombres built into these tiles make them something special. Even with the repetition of the pattern itself, these squares show how a few careful adjustments to yarn colors can give mosaic crochet a whole new makeover

Mosaic Crochet Baby Blanket

Photo Credit: FleursYarnCreations

Variegated yarns can make mosaic crochet even more convenient by reducing those pesky ends if you want to change colors. This baby blanket makes the sharp corners of mosaic much more fun, and offers a simple geometric pattern any parent would be happy to see.

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Mosaic Illusion Rug Crochet Pattern

Photo Credit: CraftsontheBrain

Careful — it’s easy to get lost in this labyrinth of a rug. Mosaic crochet is perfect for rugs, especially if you don’t mind using the ends that result from certain methods to create a fringe. Clever placement of stitches makes the illusion inherent in the name very clear, and it makes it an even more impressive piece to display.

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Chevron Apache Waves Crochet Pattern

Photo Credit: BebaBlanketDesigns

One of the most visually complex patterns on this list combines chevrons with mosaic to create a unique pattern. Although this is one of the more complicated patterns on the list that combines two techniques that both require counting, a little care will make this into an heirloom piece for anyone.

Quilted mosaic crochet blanket pattern 

Photo Credit: Donnasacrochet

One of the most recent trends in mosaic crochet is combining a Scheepjes Whirl with three to four Whirlettes. This pattern shows just how whimsical a mosaic project can turn out through its rainbow body color contrasting with the black Whirlettes.

Overall, mosaic crochet just fits in well with home decor. It can create complex patterns that work as blankets, table runners, or even coasters with some of the tile designs.

Now is as good of a time as any to pick up the technique, no matter what your preferred version is!

Which of these are you going to add to your upcoming projects?

Have any other mosaic patterns that caught your eye recently? Feel free to share both!

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Wanderers Mosaic Crochet Blanket Pattern pin 4

The Wanderers Blanket is a stunning mosaic crochet blanket that celebrates colour , texture and geometry. The detailed design is far simpler than it appears with a clean crisp border and huge tassels to emphasise the beautiful drape.

This free mosaic crochet pattern is featured as part of the 2021 Furls Crochet Blog Hop and I’m so delighted to be taking part! There is a new pattern every week for you to enjoy.

You can carry on reading to find the free pattern here in this blogpost or purchase an ad-free, printable PDF version of the Wanderers Blanket pattern with added mosaic crochet chart, technique information and resizing guide in my pattern store to download and print.

About the Wanderers Mosaic Crochet Blanket

I first came across mosaic crochet technique a few years ago when I designed a cushion for Little Box of Crochet and ever since then I have had this idea in my head for a mosaic crochet blanket.

I wanted to use a similar vibe of a complex looking repeated geometric design that also had the element of colour changes making it look like an optical illusion. I’m so pleased with how it turned out and want to make one in another combination already!

If you’ve never tried mosaic crochet technique before then I’m sure you will love it. It’s not as tricky as it might look and I’ve put together some step by step pictures of it to help you out too.

I know that some crochet patterns can seem intimidating so I’ve made a free video tutorial to go with the pattern and if you choose to purchase the PDF then you’ll also get a resizing guide and technique information too.

Pattern Options

This crochet blanket pattern is a free crochet pattern in both UK and US terms on the blog for everyone to enjoy, just scroll down to find it.

There are a few ways you can access and enjoy this crochet pattern:

Wanderers Blanket Crochet Pattern PDF 1

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Other Patterns You Might Enjoy

Here are a few more of my crochet blanket patterns that I thought you might enjoy – they are a range of techniques, colours and skill level:

Yarn

To make the Wanderers mosaic blanket I used Wander yarn by Furls Crochet.

It’s a fabulous worsted weight yarn that’s 100% premium acrylic at 120yds/100g.

In total I used 11 balls, approximately 1100yds.

I used 4 balls of Mist and 1 ball each of:

Cobblestone

Thatch

Ambrosia

Canary

Meadow

Dragonfruit

Velvet

Recommended yarn>>>find the yarn I used here.

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Tension and Sizing

The finished blanket measures 107cm by 104cm without tassels.

10sts and 15 rows of UK double/US single crochet = 10cm by 10cm.

Materials

Along with your yarn, you will need the following:

Glossary and Abbreviations

ch(s) – chain(s)

ss – slip stitch

st(s) – stitch(es)

rep – repeat

sk – skip

ch-sp – chain space

RS – right side

WS – wrong side

Crochet Stitches

The Wanderers mosaic crochet blanket uses the following crochet stitches:

Standard UK Crochet TermStandard US Crochet Term
dc – double crochetsc – single crochet
htr – half treblehdc – half double crochet
tr – trebledc – double crochet

Mosaic Crochet Technique

The technique for mosaic crochet may look quite complicated and fiddly but I promise it isn’t once you get the hang of it!

There are lots of different ways to achieve a mosaic crochet design. I will describe the way that I made this one but feel free to use the technique that you like best to make your blanket.

The easiest way to create the pattern is by reading the chart rather than the word pattern but I will provide a worded version of the main motif rows for you to refer to and get your confidence and help you to read the chart.

See my step my step tutorial for the two row mosaic crochet technique to get you started if you’re new to it.

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Pattern Notes

The ch1 at the beginning of a row does not count as a stitch.

Video Tutorial

Watch the video tutorial >>>how to crochet a mosaic crochet blanket

How to read the mosaic crochet chart

The chart is read from the bottom to the top with each row representing 2 rows of the same colour of crochet. The first pass Row 1,2,3 etc (right side) is read from right to left, the second pass Row 1a, 2a, 3a etc (wrong side) is read from left to right.

Each square on the chart represents a st or skipped stitch. The colour you are working with are the stitches for that row, any other colour are the skipped stitches and you need to work a ch1 and skip the stitch.

For a RS row any st into a dc (US sc) of previous row is a dc (US sc), any st into a skipped st 3 rows below is a tr (US dc). Throughout the pattern they will be referred to as a st, you will see when you are working what they need to be.

Key – * please note that it is NOT Pomegranate used but is Velvet instead *

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Wanderers Blanket Crochet Pattern

Standard UK and US Crochet Terms

US Terminology in italics

For a RS row any st into a dc (US sc) of previous row is a dc (US sc), any st into a skipped st 3 rows below is a tr (US dc).

Throughout the pattern they will be referred to as a st, you will see when you are working what they need to be – make sure to watch the video tutorial if you’d like to see it in action.

Foundation chain: using Mist, ch104

Row 1: dc/(US sc) in 2nd ch from hook and each along. [103]

Row 1a: ch1, dc/(US sc) in each st across.

Row 2: ch1, st in 4, *(ch1, skip st, st) 6 times, st in 4, (ch1, skip st, st) 6 times, st in 6, rep from * once more, (ch1, skip st, st) 6 times, st in 4, (ch1, skip st, st) 6 times, st in 3.

Row 2a: Rep Row 2, change colour.

Row 3: ch1, st in 3, *ch1, skip st, st in 11, (ch1, skip st, st) twice, ch1, skip st, st in 11, ch1, skip st, st in 5, rep from * once more, ch1, skip st, st in 11, (ch1, skip st, st) twice, ch1, skip st, st in 11, ch1, skip st, st in 3.

Row 3a:Rep Row 3, change colour.

Row 4: ch1, st in 2, *ch1, skip st, st in 3, (ch1, skip st, st) 4 times, st in 8, (ch1, skip st, st) 4 times, st in 2, ch1, skip st, st in 3, rep from * once more, ch1, skip st, st in 3, (ch1, skip st, st) 4 times, st in 8, (ch1, skip st, st) 4 times, st in 2, ch1, skip st, st in 2.

Row 4a: Rep Row 4, change colour.

Row 5: ch1, *st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 7, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 7, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, rep from * two more times, st in last.

Row 5a: Rep Row 5, change colour.

Row 6: ch1, st in 4, *ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 7, rep from * once more, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 4.

Row 6a: Rep Row 6, change colour.

Row 7: ch1, *(st in 1, ch1, skip st) twice, st in 2, ch2, skip 2sts, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1 skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip 1, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch2, skip 2sts, st in 2, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, rep from * two more times, st in last.

Row 7a: Rep Row 7, change colour.

Row 8: ch1, st in 4, *ch1, skip st, st in 3, (ch1, skip st, st in 5) 3 times, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 7, rep from * once more, ch1, skip st, st in 3, (ch1, skip st, st in 5) 3 times, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 4.

Row 8a: Rep Row 8, change colour.

Row 9: ch1, *st in 1, (ch1, skip st, st in 3) twice, ch1, skip st, st in 1, (ch1, skip st, st in 3) 3 times, ch1, skip st, st in 1, (ch1, skip st, st in 3) twice, ch1, skip st, rep from * two more times, st in last.

Row 9a: Rep Row 9, change colour.

Row 10: ch1, *st in 2, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1, rep from * once more, st in 2, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 2.

Row 10a: Rep Row 10, change colour.

Row 11: ch1, st in 3, *ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1, (ch1, skip st, st in 3) 4 times, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip 1, st in 5, rep from * once more, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1, (ch1, skip st, st in 3) 4 times, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip 1, st in 3.

Row 11a: Rep Row 11, change colour.

Row 12: ch1, st in 4, *ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 7, rep from * once more, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 4.

Row 12a: Rep Row 12, change colour.

Row 13: ch1, *st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1, (ch1, skip st, st in 3) twice, (ch1, skip st, st in 1) twice, (ch1, skip st, st in 3) twice, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, rep from * two more times, st in last.

Row 13a: Rep Row 13, change colour.

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Row 14: ch1, st in 2, *ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 3, rep from * once more, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 5, ch1, skip st, st in 2.

Row 14a: Rep Row 14, change colour.

Row 15: ch1, st in 3, *ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 7, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 7, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 5, rep from * once more, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 7, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 7, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3.

Row 15a: Rep Row 15, change colour.

Row 16: ch1, st in 6, *(ch1, skip st, st in 1) 3 times, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3, (ch1, skip st, st in 1) 3 times, ch1, skip st, st in 11, rep from * once more, (ch1, skip st, st in 1) 3 times, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 1) 3 times, ch1, skip st, st in 6.

Row 16a: Rep Row 16, change colour.

Row 17: ch1, *(st in 1, ch1, skip st) 2 times, st in 11, ch1, skip st, st in 3, ch1, skip st, st in 11, ch1, skip st, st in 1, ch1, skip st, rep from * two more times, st in last.

Row 17a: Rep Row 17, change colour.

Rows 2-17a create the set pattern.

Rows 18-65a: Repeat the set pattern three more times following the chart for correct colour sequence.

Rows 66-74a: Repeat Rows 2-10 following the chart for correct colour sequence.

Rows 75-75a: ch1, dc in each st across in Mist.

You will have a total of 150 rows now and are ready to work the border.

BORDER:

Using Dragonfruit, with RS facing, join yarn to the first st of your last row.

Round 1: ch1, *(htr, ch1, htr)/(US hdc, ch1, hdc) in 1st st, htr in each st to last across last row, (htr, ch1, htr)/(US hdc, ch1, hdc) in last st, rotate to work along side of blanket, 113htr/US hdc evenly along side, rotate to work along next side of blanket, rep from * once more, ss in 1st st to join [436htr/hdc, 4 x ch1-sp]

Round 2: ch1, htr/US hdc in each st around, 3htr/US hdc in each ch1-sp, ss in 1st to join [448htr/hdc]

Weave in all ends and block lightly before adding your tassels.

TASSELS:

Make 4 large tassels (I made mine about 20cm long) in Velvet yarn to attach to each corner stitch of the blanket to finish.

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Multi colour Wanderer mosaic crochet blanket pattern in worsted weight yarn
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How to CROCHET MOSAIC STITCH (step by step tutorial!) - Yarnspirations

Nya Mosaic Blanket - Infinity version (FREE crochet pattern)

  • Mdc are only worked on RS. On WS you will only make sc and chains, so can easily finish these rows (1a, 2a 3a, etc.) without following the chart. Please, note that sc are only made in sts of the previous row, and chains are always made over chains.

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INSTRUCTIONS


An original LillaBjörnCrochet Design (Tatsiana Kupryianchyk). Copyright 2014-2019. All rights reserved. This pattern is for personal use only. It cannot be sold, redistributed or edited in any way. Translations and video-tutorials are NOT allowed without permission. You can sell your finished products, but you cannot use my pictures to promote them. Please, always credit me as a designer of this pattern. Thank you!

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Pattern repeat is multiple of 12 sts + 3 sts (ch4) to begin.

For baby blanket: 13 repeats (ch160)
For wrap: 6 repeats (ch76)
For large blanket: 19 repeats (ch232)

Row 1 - RS.With Yarn B. Ch76 (160 or 232), 1sc in second ch from the hook, 1sc in every ch to end, turn.

Row 1a - WS.Ch1, 1sc in every st to end (change to Yarn A in final st, don’t cut Yarn B), turn.

Row 2.With Yarn A. Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 3sc] repeat to last 2 sts, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc in last st, turn.

Row 2a. Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] repeat until last sp, ch2, skip sp, 1sc in last st. Change to Yarn B in final st (by carrying it up along the side – here and throughout), turn.


Pattern repeat

Row 3.With Yarn B. Ch1, 1sc, 1mdc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc] repeat until last st, 1sc in last st, turn.

Row 3a.Ch1, 2sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc, ch2, skip sp, 1sc] repeat until last st, 1sc in last st (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

Row 4.With Yarn A. Ch1, 2sc, [1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 1sc] repeat until last st, 1sc in last st, turn.

Row 4a.Ch1, 3sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] repeat to end (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

Row 5.With Yarn B. Ch1, [3sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc] repeat until last 3 sts, 3sc to end, turn.

Row 5a.Ch1, 4sc, [ch2, skip sp, 5sc] repeat to end making 4sc instead of last 5 sc (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

Row 6.With Yarn A. Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 3sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc] repeat until last 2 sts, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc in last st, turn.

Row 6a.Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] repeat until last sp, ch2, skip sp, 1sc in last st (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

Row 7.With Yarn B. Ch1, 1sc, 1mdc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc] repeat until last st, 1sc in last st, turn.

Row 7a.Ch1, 2sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc, ch2, skip sp, 1sc* repeat until last st, 1sc in last st (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

Row 8.With Yarn A. Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2 skip 1 st, 1mdc, 1sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc] repeat until last 2 sts, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc in last st, turn.

Row 8a.Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] repeat until last sp, ch2, skip sp, 1sc in last st (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

Row 9.With Yarn B. Ch1, 1sc, [1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 3sc, 1mdc, ch2 skip 1 st, 2sc] repeat until last sp, 1mdc, 1sc in last st, turn.

Row 9a.Ch1, 4sc, [ch2, skip sp, 5sc] repeat to end, making 4sc instead of last 5 sc (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

Row 10.With Yarn A. Ch1, 3sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2 skip 1 st, 3sc] repeat to end, turn.

Row 10a.Ch1, 3sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] repeat to end (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

Row 11.With Yarn B. Ch1, 2sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc] repeat until last st, 1sc to end, turn.

Row 11a.Ch1, 2sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc, ch2, skip sp, 1sc] repeat until last st, 1sc to end (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

Row 12.With Yarn A. Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 1sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc] repeat until last 2 sts, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc in last st, turn.

Row 12a.Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] to end making 1sc instead of last 3 sc (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

Row 13: With Yarn B. Ch1, 1sc, 1mdc, [2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 3sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc] until last st, 1sc to end, turn.

Row 13a:Ch1, 4sc, [ch2, skip sp, 5sc] to end making 4 sc instead of last 5sc (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

Row 14:With Yarn A. Ch1, 3sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 3sc] repeat to end, turn.

Row 14a:Ch1, 3sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] to end (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

Row 15:With Yarn B. Ch1, 2sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc] to last st, 1sc to end, turn.

Row 15a:Ch1, 2sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc, ch2, skip sp, 1sc] repeat to last st, 1sc to end (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

Row 16:With Yarn A. Ch1, 2sc, 1mdc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 1sc, 1mdc] to end making 1sc instead of last mdc, turn.

Row 16a:Ch1, 3sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] to end (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

Row 17:With Yarn B. Ch1, 3sc, 1mdc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 3sc, 1mdc] to end omitting last mdc, turn.

Row 17a:Ch1, 4sc, [ch2, skip sp, 5sc] to end making 4sc instead of last 5 sc (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

Row 18:With Yarn A. Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 3sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc] until last 2 sts, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc to end, turn.

Row 18a:Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] to end making 1sc instead of last 3 sc (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

End of pattern repeat

Repeat Rows 3-18a(Pattern Repeat) until your blanket reaches desired length.

Then repeat rows 3-12aonce more.

Next Row:With Yarn B. Ch1, 1sc, [1mdc, 3sc] repeat till last sp, 1mdc, 1sc, turn.

Final Row:Ch1, 1sc in each st to end. Fasten off, cut both yarns, weave in ends.



Ta-daaah! Your Nya Infinity Mosaic Blanket is now finished!!

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